Campaign India Team
Mar 23, 2015

Adfest 2015: J. Walter Thompson bags Lotus Root

Indian agencies bag only four metals on the final day of Adfest 2015

Adfest 2015: J. Walter Thompson bags Lotus Root
Adding to its 15 metals count, India bagged four more awards at Adfest 2015. These winners were announced in Pattaya on March 21. 
 
Film Lotus
India bagged two Silvers in this category.
 
J. Walter Thompson bagged one for Nike’s ‘Make Every Yard Count’. Taproot won the other for ‘I am Mumbai’ for Mumbai Mirror.
 
Lotus Roots
J. Walter Thompson India bagged Lotus Root for Nike India’s ‘Make Every Yard Count’.
 
Fabulous Four
Pranav Harihar Sharma, Film Farm, was part of the Fabulous Four. Four new directors debuted their short films to the Adfest delegates. Each was based on the event’s theme, “Be Bad” and were shown in a session moderated by Michael Hilliard, jury president of the Film Craft and New Director categories.
 
Radio, Promo, Effective, Media, Branded Content & Entertainment, Integrated, Innova Lotus saw no Indian wins.
 
 
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